Tsebo Solutions Group is honoured to be participating in the 2018 Africa CEO Forum, to be held in Abidjan, Côte d’Ivoire from the 26th to the 27th of March.
This year’s event will place a spotlight on shaping the future of Africa despite the restrictions of a business climate that remains challenging across the continent.
The sixth edition of the Africa CEO Forum seeks to develop and find solutions for future use by engaging over 1200 participants from the worlds of business, investment and politics in more than 60 countries to create a roadmap for the African private sector over the next decade.
“We are excited to be participating in this year’s Africa CEO Forum and for the opportunity to share with attendees the endless opportunities that exist on this diverse continent. Tsebo Solutions Group has implemented robust facilities management solutions across 27 Countries in Africa and invested heavily in using those as a platform for social development, especially supplier and skills training,” explains Clive Smith, Group Chief Executive Officer of Tsebo Solutions Group.
“We believe the opportunity for growth on the continent in the next few years is higher than ever and businesses need to take advantage of this opportunity.” – Clive Smith, Tsebo Solutions Group.
Tsebo Solutions Group (Pty) Ltd operates in the Facilities Management sector, offering highly skilled services in catering, cleaning, hygiene, security, energy and various other related services within this sector. The Group operates on approximately 7,500 sites and has a turnover in excess of R7 billion ($500m) with approximately 39,000 employees.
“Tsebo Solutions Group has grown into a company that supports the best companies in Africa by delivering value built on 47 years of industry excellence and experience. We partner with our clients to build innovative, high performing organisations while encouraging a culture of ethics and inclusion that continues to build the African continent,” says Clive.
Clive Smith will be participating on a panel discussion focused on ‘Building an African footprint’ along with the Boston Consulting Group and Attijariwafa Bank at the event to explain how their businesses have crafted and implemented their corporate strategies across the continent and how they tackled the logistical, cultural and human challenges that accompany such an expansion. The presentation will take place at 17h00 (SAST).
“We remain focused on our goal to develop the sector and grow our business, and we believe the opportunity for growth on the continent in the next few years is higher than ever and businesses need to take advantage of this opportunity to expand their organisations on a continent that is destined for growth and prosperity, “concludes Clive.
Photo: Abidjan, by Ghassan Mroue (Wikimedia Commons)